Marshall Hill's Fundraising Page


I was born and raised a Longhorn and had the priviledge of graduating from UT in 2002. As a result, I have always bled burnt orange and would easily classify myself as a Longhorn Football fanatic. So Coach Royal's diagnosis of Alzheimer's and ultimate passing came with great sadness. His diagnosis hit really close to home, because I have lost one grandparent to the disease and another one that is currently battling Alzheimer's. So when asked to be a part of the Legacy Council I was really excited about the opportunity to raise money and awareness in effort to fight this deadly disease. 

So I thank you in advance for your help. Every single donation, no matter the amount is extremely important. Consider these facts when donating:

  • Over 5 Million people in the U.S. are living with the disease.
  • Every 67 seconds someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
  • It is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. and still no cure.
  • Approximately 500,000 people die every year with Alzheimer's.

I really appreciate your support of my efforts and more importantly the cause. 

Hook 'em,

Marshall M. Hill

Marshall is a Regional Account Executive at Sightlines, LLC. and lives in Austin, TX with  his wife Jennifer. Marshall graduated from the University of Texas in 2002 where he was actively involved in Texas Cowboys, Delta Tau Delta, Interfraternity Council, Student Government, and worked in the Dean of Student's office throughout his four years on campus. Since college Marshall was also involved in the launch of Blondes vs. Brunettes Austin, a powderpuff football game that also raised money and awareness towards the Alzheimer's disease. In 2011 Marshall Co-Chaired the event where it raised a recordbreaking $93,000 to help fight the Alzheimer's disease.